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Old 09-04-2008
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While designing the contents try to avoid flash scripts. Because they may deviate the user to some other topic. Also spiders will have no interest if more of such data is present. Let it be simple. Concentrate well on meta tags. Also give the content to be unique and fresh. Use a site map for dynamic pages. It will be really helpful.
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Old 09-06-2008
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There are a few different thoughts on this.

Visitor experience vs. Search Engine Spiders experience.

On one hand, not using scripts and really using plain html, simple graphics and such make for GREAT search engine spider food....it is also not the prettiest or most interesting site to visit.

On the flip side, the more flash, more craziness you add will not only confuse the search engine spiders (assuming you want them to know your site exists and ranks high) but it COULD be too much for some people with their Windows 98 computers (yes they are still out there!)

With that being said, I would try to use some things to pretty up a site but don't over do it. And as far as the search engine spiders....try to keep the page simple, use your title tags and basic SEO and you will be fine.

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Old 09-29-2008
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VistaGeek is right on the mark concerning on-page seo. Overuse of flash will reduce the information content to search engine spiders and will overwhelm the user.

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